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Congratulations to Kelly Whetung! Kelly was the March Fire Safety Prize Pack Winner! Thank you for testing your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms! 

Kelly Whetung

Kelly tested her smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and completed our online self-attest survey below. She told us her smoke and carbon monoxide alarms work! Her name was entered into our monthly draw and she was this month's lucky winner! 


Self-Attest Survey - Sound the Alarms Peterborough!

Remember to change your smoke alarm batteries

When a fire starts, smoke and flames spread fast. Only a working smoke alarm will give you and your family the early warning to escape a fire safely. Smoke alarms must be installed on every level of your home and outside all sleeping areas. 

Carbon Monoxide alarms must be installed adjacent to sleeping areas in home with a fuel burning appliance and/or an attached garage. 

Test your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms TODAY and complete our online self-attest Survey. Your name will be entered into our monthly draw to win a FREE Fire Safety Prize Pack! 




Carbon Monoxide - New Ontario Regulation

Carbon Monoxide is a colourless, tasteless, odourless gas , slightly less dense than air and mixes well with air. A person can be exposed to the gas and not realize its presence.  CO is primarily produced by incomplete combustion of fuels such as natural gas, propane, heating oil, gasoline, charcoal and wood.

To prevent CO poisoning, be sure to maintain and operate fuel burning appliances, inspect, clean and maintain chimneys, flues and flue pipes. Avoid hazardous activities, such as idling a vehicle in the garage, unsafe use of generators or BBQs indoors. Always install and maintain CO alarms in the home.

The new regulation requires all residential occupancies with a fuel burning appliance and/or attached garage to install and maintain Carbon Monoxide alarms adjacent to sleeping areas. Carbon Monoxide alarms are required to be installed by April 15th, 2015 at the latest for residential occupancies with no more than six residential suites. Residential occupancies with more than six residential suites are required to install and maintain CO alarms by October 15th, 2015.

For more information on carbon monoxide safety and the new regulation click here


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Peterborough, ON
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